About the Project
Northumbria has internationally leading clinical educational provision in which students and academics work together on real inquiry projects with external partners. Students receive academic credit and achieve core graduate learning outcomes and external partners receive tangible benefits through Knowledge Exchange resolving real issues. Working in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team engaged in Knowledge Exchange research, the candidate will also contribute to the exploration of impact within the larger project in one or more of the following areas: exploration and mapping of communication networks between and within partner organisations; transfer of skills and translation of experience into employability by current students; resilience and lifelong learning behaviours of graduates from these programmes.
This project is supervised by Professor Elaine Hall.
Eligibility and How to Apply:
Please note eligibility requirement:
• Academic excellence of the proposed student i.e. 2:1 (or equivalent GPA from non-UK universities [preference for 1st class honours]); or a Masters (preference for Merit or above); or APEL evidence of substantial practitioner achievement.
• Appropriate IELTS score, if required.
For further details of how to apply, entry requirements and the application form, see: https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/research/postgraduate-research-degrees/how-to-apply/
Please note: Applications that do not include a research proposal of approximately 1,000 words (not a copy of the advert), or that do not include the advert reference (e.g. SF19/…) will not be considered.
Northumbria University takes pride in, and values, the quality and diversity of our staff. We welcome applications from all members of the community. The University holds an Athena SWAN Bronze award in recognition of our commitment to improving employment practices for the advancement of gender equality.
Hall E., Hodgson, J., Strevens, C. and Guth, J. (2019) “What we did over the summer”: updates on proposed reforms to legal education and training in England and Wales and in the Republic of Ireland. The Law Teacher, 53, 4, 536-546
Hall, E., and Wall, K. (2019) Research Methods for Understanding Practitioner Learning. London: Bloomsbury
Hall, E. (2018) Glass Houses: how might we decide on a ‘good enough’ assessment to become a solicitor? The Law Teacher 53, 4, 453-66
Hall, E. (2018) Grasping the nettle of doctorateness: a framework for thinking critically about curriculum design Studies in Continuing Education Special Issue https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0158037X.2018.1526781
Hall, E. and Sylvester C. (2018) Clinic as the crucible: where theory is considered a practice and practice is theorised in Thomas, L. Vaughan, S. et al (Eds.) Re-imagining Clinical Legal Education Oxford, Hart
McKeown, P. and Hall, E (2018) If we could instil social justice values through clinical education, should we? Journal of International and Comparative Law Special Issue, 5, 1, 143-179
Hall, E. (2017) Notes on the SRA report of the consultation on the SQE: Comment is free, but facts are sacred The Law Teacher, 41, 1, 364-72
Wall, K and Hall, E (2017) The Teacher in Teacher-Practitioner Research: three principles of enquiry in Boyd. P and Splitz, A. (Eds.) Student Teachers Learning Through Inquiry: International Perspectives Kielce, Poland: Jan Kochanowski University Press
Lofthouse, R and Hall, E. (2014) Developing practices in teachers’ professional dialogue in England; using Coaching Dimensions as an epistemic tool. Professional Development in Education. 40, 5, 758-78, DOI: 10.1080/19415257.2014.886283
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